A gunman opened fire at the ticket counter of Israel's El Al airline at Los Angeles International Airport Thursday, killing two and wounding at least two others before being shot and killed by an airline security guard.
U.S. homeland security officials and agents plan to monitor some 2000 July Fourth celebrations in one of the largest security efforts following the September 11th attacks in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.
The U.S. demands immunity for its peacekeepers from the new International Criminal Court.
Despite efforts to contain a massive wildfire in Arizona, firefighters say it's only a matter of time before flames overtake the 7,700-person town of Show Low.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation on Friday warned local authorities to watch out for terrorists who could use fuel tanker trucks as weapons to attack Jewish neighborhoods, schools, and synagogues.
Aicha el-Wafi, the mother of accused Sept. 11 co-conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, talks about her son's trial, his current state of mind, and the possible roots of his radical Islamic beliefs.
In its first terrorism-related arrests since Sept. 11, the Saudi Arabian government announced Tuesday that it was holding 11 Saudis, an Iraqi and a Sudanese man suspected of planning terrorist attacks inside the kingdom.
A long-time U.S. Forest Service worker was charged today with starting the worst wildfire in Colorado history, which scorched over 103,000 acres of land and destroyed more than 22 homes southwest of Denver…
A suicide attacker detonated a powerful car-bomb outside the U.S. Consulate in the southern port city of Karachi, Pakistan, Friday, killing himself and at least ten others.
A federal judge ruled Thursday that Zacarias Moussaoui is mentally competent to represent himself against charges of alleged conspiracy in the Sept. 11 attacks and that he may dismiss his lawyers.
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